NZXT Switch 810 Full Tower case gets unveiled at CES
Ryan Martin / 6 years ago
NZXT was made by its Phantom PC Case and the successful all white with hints of black colour scheme that the Phantom used has been applied to the new Switch 810 PC Case. The case is an ATX Full tower case which by NZXT standards is certainly very modest in design although it does include some typically sharp angles and lines. The case also has a very large clear side window in order for users to see the full glory of their build.
According to the placard, it measures 235 x 595 x 585 mm (W x H x D), its motherboard tray is capable of holding large XL-ATX and EATX motherboards. It has four 5.25″ exposed drive bays, NZXT populated two of these in its demo rig with Sentry Mix fan-controllers (not included with the case). The bottom-most of these includes a 3.5″/2.5″ docking bay to hold and hot-swap one drive. The dock is detachable to vacate the 5.25″ bay. The front-panel cluster is located behind a door above the 5.25″ bays. Internally, the case is said to have about six 3.5″/2.5″ bays.
Moving on to ventilation, the case has provision for two 140 mm intake fans in the front, one is included with the case; up to three 140 mm exhaust fans on the top, one included; one 140 mm rear exhaust (included); two internal circulatory fans at the HDD bays, one included; and provision for two fans on the bottom. As an XL-ATX capable case, the Switch 810 has 9 expansion slot bays. This case will be launched early next week.